The Community Development Commission has approved the land sale for the upcoming mixed-use development located at 9200 S Burley Avenue in South Chicago. The project was planned by Interfaith Housing Development Corporation and Claretian Associates. The site itself sits at the southwest corner of E 92nd Street and S Burley Avenue.
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The Community Development Commission has approved the sale of land for 5050 S Prairie Avenue. The site is located at the corner of S Prairie Avenue and E 51st Street, and the project is made up of multiple lots, both privately-owned lots and city-owned along 5036-5044 S Prairie Avenue. Led by KLY Development, the development will replace vacant land as well as a vacant building along the intersection.
The Chicago Community Development Commission has approved the land sale for a new residential development at 539 and 541 E 46th Street in Bronzeville. Located just west of the intersection of 46th Street and S St. Lawrence Avenue, the homes will be replacing an empty lot near Armstrong Park. Local developer R&D Builders LLC will also serve as the architect for the buildings as they work on building up the area.
The Community Development Commission has approved a supportive housing development located at 3346 W Carroll Avenue in East Garfield Park. Currently a vacant lot, the project site is an infill site along W Carroll Avenue, just off of N Homan Avenue. The property backs up to the westbound Metra tracks. Breakthrough Urban Ministries, a local nonprofit organization, will be developing the building.
The Chicago City Council has approved the Regal Mile Studios development located at 7700 S Stony Island Avenue in South Shore. The large triangular site is bound by S Stony Island Avenue to the east, E 77th Street to the north, and S Chicago Avenue to the southwest. Formerly the home of a Kmart, the almost seven-acre parcel now sits vacant. Regal Mile Ventures LLC is the developer behind the project, composed of Loop Capital and Derek Dudley, a producer of Showtime’s The Chi series.